Claims Denials, Reimbursement Rates, and Lost Revenue: Data Sharing Agreements to Respond to COVID-19 Challenges (December 8, 2020)

DSA zoom

December 8th, 2020 | 1 - 2PM EST

NCUIH plans to release a report on third-party billing in 2021 with an emphasis on claims denial. To provide the most accurate estimates of claims denial rates, trends, and racial disparities, NCUIH plans to collect and analyze data from multiple sources to get the clearest possible view of the challenges faced by the UIOs. Some of the most informative and valuable data on claims is housed at the UIOs. We are proposing that UIOs join NCUIH in a Data Sharing Agreement.

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Presenters:

Andrew Kalweit, Research Manager, NCUIH

Isaiah O’Rear, Statistician, NCUIH

Julia Dreyer, Vice-President Public Policy, NCUIH

Objectives:

1.) Participating UIOs increase their awareness of proposed Data Sharing Agreements to Respond to COVID-19 Challenges.

2.) NCUIH increases knowledge of UIO data sources, data availability, and data management infrastructure.

Audience:

UIO ED/CEOs, UIO Staff (Research Analysts, Data Managers, etc.)

By NCUIH, posted on Tuesday November 24, 2020